Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Provider – Online

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This online course will give participants the confidene to accurately diagnose and treat sports-related conditions and the knowledge to determine appropriate testing and referral criteria.

Course Description

This course will supplement skills learnt in residency and early medical, nursing and physical therapy practice, allow learners to fill in gaps in their training, and reinforce existing knowledge of musculoskeletal conditions, diagnosis and treatment. Topics covered include musculoskeletal conditions and procedural techniques primary care clinicians can utilize for athletes and active individuals.

Learning objective:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Recall diagnostic modalities to address sports medicine injuries with the ability to correctly diagnose and treat the patient with the most useful information at the least cost
  • Determine an athlete’s ability to return to sports and regular activities after an injury
  • Choose appropriate physical exams and testing for sports injuries commonly seen in the primary care setting
  • Summarize when expeditious testing or referral to a specialist is appropriate
Program Schedule
Avoiding “Uh-Ohs”: Orthopedic Conditions Not To Miss Cedric J. Ortiguera, MD 0:52:32
“Am I cleared?” Considerations in the Sports Preparticipation Physical Exam Daniel P. Montero, MD 0:32:03
Not Quite Broken: Evaluation and Management of Pediatric Fractures David B. Soma, MD 0:48:20
“What’s That Thing There?” Must-Not-Miss Radiologic Findings and Reading Report Buzzwords in Primary Care Hillary W. Garner, MD 0:48:21
The Nerve! Evaluation and Treatment of Nerve Entrapment Syndromes of the Upper Limb James C. Presley, MD 0:51:29
“Math Makes My Head Hurt!” Return-to-School for the Concussed Athlete Jennifer R. Maynard, MD, CAQSM 0:48:34
Straight Talk: Scoliosis Evaluation and Approach Mark Friedrich B. Hurdle, MD 0:34:18
Mind Over Matter: Psychiatric Conditions in Sports Mohit Chauhan, MBBS 0:31:34
Handling the Pressure: Management of the Hypertensive Athlete Pragnesh P. Parikh, MD 0:32:07
It’s All Heart: Approach to the Active Individual with Coronary Artery Disease Pragnesh P. Parikh, MD 0:27:08
In and Out: Athletes and Active Individuals with Breathing Conditions Raul A. Rosario Concepcion, MD 0:26:18
When “Ow” is the Chief Complaint: Approach to Suspected Injuries in a Preverbal Child Richard O. White, MD 0:48:30
Finding the Sweet Spot: Keeping the Athlete with Type 2 Diabetes Going Shon E. Meek, MD, PhD 0:23:06
All the Hype: Thyroid Conditions in Athletes and Active Individuals Shon E. Meek, MD, PhD 0:28:02
“Can I Take This” Medication with Implications in Sports Walter C. Taylor, III, MD, CAQSM 0:28:35

Course Directors

George G.A. Pujalte, MD, CAQSM, FACSM

Dr. Pujalte is a sports medicine physician and researcher, board-certified in both Sports Medicine and Family Medicine. Dr. Pujalte focuses on treating chronic and acute illnesses and injuries in athletes and active individuals, educating them on prevention, and collaborating with them in terms of “return to play” decisions after these conditions.

Mark Friedrich B. Hurdle, MD

Dr. Hurdle specializes in pain management in Jacksonville, FL and has over 21 years of experience in the field of medicine. He graduated from Temple University School Of Medicine with his medical degree in 1999. He is affiliated with numerous hospitals in Florida and more, including Mayo Clinic.

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Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Provider – Online

Available through October 24, 2022